Yep. The LFE controls the .1 content in 5.1--bass content intended for the sub. It's recommended everywhere that you leave that on 120hz, and I have never seen a recommendation to set it lower.
Also, in case you are tempted, best not to change the distance settings even if they seem off a little. Audyssey doesn't measure distance. It measures delay between the different speakers. It then converts the delay settings to feet so that they make more sense to the user (and for...
Sound like a good plan. Start with a pair of bookshelves. Then a sub. Then the center and surrounds. And actually, you could always move your first pair of bookshelves to surrounds. So whatever you buy first doesn't even up having to be your final left/right mains. However, your left,right, and center do need to timbre match, which generally means buying speakers in the same make/model line.
That's not what the statement says, though. It makes specific claims about "flat bass"--more than once. If it said something like "good bass," that would fit with what you have just said. Instead, the statement clearly refers to a specific type of frequency response.
Awesome! I thought you'd be blown away by the sound. Yep. Always have to override some of the primary settings. The receiver likes to tell you that you "could" run speakers at a lower crossover (or full range/large), but that doesn't mean it's the best setting.When you say "100hz for the sub" do you mean 100hz on the back of the sub, or the LFE sub setting on the Denon? The LFE settings should generally be set to 120hz.
The RTI8 set would be very niceRTi8 towersRTi4 rearsCSi5 centerI don't think that the PA-150 has been $300, except maybe a Black Friday thing? It was $350 for a while, then eventually the price was raised a little, as has tended to happen over the years with many of the best price/performance subs (due to inflation/increased manufacturing costs) where they don't run much margin.I would bet on the NXG to outperform the Polk PSW505.